Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 1996. First University of New Mexico Press Edition with Preface by David E. Stuart. Paperback. 398pp. Octavo [23.5cm]; illustrated wraps. Remaindered, with remainder mark prominently displayed on bottom edge of text block. fine. Item #51519
From back of book:
One of the most spectacular ruins in North America is Pueblo Bonito, located at Chaco canyon in northwestern new Mexico. This book, originally published in 1920 and unavailable for decades, describes the earliest archaeological investigations of Pueblo Bonito. The excavations at Bonito, begun in 1896, were overseen by the American Museum of Natural History, which published Pepper's book. To celebrate a century of archaeology at Pueblo Bonito the book is reissued with an introduction that provides context for archaeologists and visitors to Chaco.